One ‘hold-your-nose-and-vote-for-the-lesser-evil’ argument currently making the rounds for the Hillary Clinton candidacy–ostensibly intended to address the ‘schism’ in the Democratic Party, among the ‘Left’ and ‘progressives’–goes something like this. 480 more words
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Our guest this weekend is Gabriel Malor, author and brilliant legal scholar and Supreme Court expert to discuss some o f the upcoming decisions by the court, as well as how the death of Justice Antonin Scalia has affected the court’s decisions. 18 more words
Yesterday the United States Supreme Court issued a 7-1 opinion in Green v. Brennan. Justice Sotomayor authored the majority opinion, which vacated and remanded the Tenth Circuit’s dismissal of Plaintiff Marvin Green’s race discrimination and retaliation complaint on timeliness grounds. 474 more words
.. I will admit , this one was a bit odd . It is extraordinarily rare when SCOTUS decides to play the role of ” mediator . 98 more words
A whole lot of people who didn’t know David R. Stras Thursday morning are probably suddenly Googling him.
Clarence Thomas is OK with states establishing an official religion and that’s why it is important to vote for Hillary Clinton even if frustrated by Bernie Sanders not getting the nomination. 704 more words
Instead of giving a ruling the Supreme Court